CSR Management

Plan Supply Chain Management

Do Establishment of a procurement policy

TAISEI established a Procurement Policy in April 2013 with the aim of fulfilling its CSR throughout the supply chain, in order to help create a sustainable society.
We developed Procurement Guidelines based on this policy and will pursue CSR procurement through the establishment of good partnerships with suppliers.

Procurement Policy (excerpt)

Under the TAISEI Group Ideal, "create a vibrant environment for all members of society," we are committed to carrying out our procurement activities in accordance with this Procurement Policy in order to create safe and attractive spaces, as well as work and living environments of exceptional value, with the aim of providing products and services that are in harmony with nature.
  • Compliance with Laws, Regulations and Social Norms
  • Fair Business Dealings
  • Respect for Human Rights
  • Promotion of Safety and Hygiene
  • Commitment to Environmental Conservation
  • Ensuring and Improving Safety and Quality
  • Information Disclosure
  • Commitment to Information Security
  • Activities Contributing to Society
  • Business Continuity in Times of Disaster
  • Promotion of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Procurement

Do Internal Study Session on CSR Procurement

TAISEI held a CSR procurement study session for about 50 CSR personnel from each division and six main group companies, in order to give them an understanding of the significance and purpose of TAISEI’s efforts to address CSR issues together with suppliers.
The participants deepened their understanding of the fact that, within action toward the supply chain required by ISO 26000, it is important for TAISEI to work on CSR with all relevant suppliers, not just by itself, in order to help achieve sustainable social development.

Do Promoting CSR procurement

In March 2013, TAISEI launched a CSR Procurement Council composed of the Safety Administration Division, Building Construction Division, Civil Engineering Division, Procurement Division, Corporate Planning Department, and the Corporate Communication Department’s CSR Promotion Office, in order to disseminate CSR initiatives in the supply chain. The council will develop Procurement Guidelines and promote CSR activities with suppliers.

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